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SushiGo Fri 03-Jul-20 23:33:23

Looking to get a fun cat tower for our kitten . We haven't got a load of floor space so something that has a small footprint would be ideal.

I like this fold up option from wayfair buf I'm concerned that 65cm is too short and he would grow out of it quickly. folding cat tree

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YinuCeatleAyru Fri 03-Jul-20 23:34:51

you can get wall-mounted scratch posts that cats can climb, and wall-mounted cat beds and hideyholes. then the floor footprint is zero!

SushiGo Fri 03-Jul-20 23:35:25

Hit post too quickly!

If anyone has any cat tree size advice or specific suggestions, I'd be grateful. Struggling to find an unbiased guide to suitable sizes amongst all the adverts!

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SushiGo Fri 03-Jul-20 23:39:25

Hi Yinu, I did think about that - but a tower type set up seems best so we can move it out of the way if we need to.

(I might get one wall cubby to try and see if he likes it though)

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undercoveraessedai Fri 03-Jul-20 23:39:48

I was looking at one you can hang over a door, would that work?

Like this: amzn.to/31H43ZF

undercoveraessedai Fri 03-Jul-20 23:41:05

Otherwise I'd say look at the big cat trees and see what the parts are - they all connect in roughly the same way. I bought one big one and made two smaller ones out of it which actually fit in my house - minimal floorspace!

SushiGo Fri 03-Jul-20 23:46:47

undercoveraessedai

Otherwise I'd say look at the big cat trees and see what the parts are - they all connect in roughly the same way. I bought one big one and made two smaller ones out of it which actually fit in my house - minimal floorspace!

I don't think we have any suitable doors for hanger but taking a big one apart could work!

Will have a look at the big ones...

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dementedpixie Sat 04-Jul-20 08:39:51

Look at zooplus for a variety of cat tree sizes

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